Asilomar Reports

The Asilomar Accords are a set of criteria, guiding principles, standardized definitions, a statistics table for tracking shelter populations, and a formula for determining live release rates in shelters. The purpose of the Accords and the live release rate is to create a uniform system so that shelters and other pertinent parties can obtain a better understanding of lifesaving shelter progress and get a big picture view of progress nationwide.

The name “Asilomar” comes from the place in California where in August of 2004, a group of animal welfare industry leaders from across the nation came together to discuss issues and create standards focused on reducing the euthanasia of healthy, treatable, and adoptable companion animals in the United States.

The Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus measures its progress by gathering shelter statistics using the Asilomar Accords (Reports).

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